President William Ruto has launched a scathing political attack against Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party leader Raila Odinga, saying the former prime minister is jealous of the progress being made so far by his Kenya Kwanza administration.
According to president William Ruto, the former prime minister is feeling insecure after witnessing the kenya Kwanza administration implement some of the key campaign promises he made to kenyans like the financial inclusion fund alias hustler fund and affordable farm inputs.
"These people (Azimio) don't want our country to prosper. You will not blackmail Kenyans or hold them hostage anymore,” he said.
The president's attack against Raila Odinga comes at a time when the former premier has mobilized his troops for a Mammoth political rally at the historic Jamuhuri grounds in Nairobi on Wednesday this week. The president has faulted Raila for planning the rally and the possible subsequent protests against his government.
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